Taipei, June 11 (CNA) Online applications for a one-time grant for households with children amid rising COVID-19 cases can be submitted from June 15, the health ministry said on Friday. of Well-being (MOHW).
A grant of NT $ 10,000 (US $ 361) per child will be given to families with children up to elementary school level and to adolescents with disabilities, the health ministry said, adding that it is expected to benefit approximately 2.5 million people.
The grant is part of a fourth relief plan the government is putting in place due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, school closures and slowing domestic demand as people stay at home. them as much as possible.
In cases where families with young children have already received monthly childcare allowances and government daycare subsidies in May, the one-time grant of NT $ 10,000 will be automatically deposited into their bank accounts on June 15th, Deputy Health Minister Lee Li-feng said. (李麗芬) says.
In Taiwan, child care allowances are given to households with children under age 5, while subsidies are also available for infants and toddlers under age two attending public day care centers or schools. private day care centers licensed by the government.
Education Minister Pan Wen-chung (潘文忠) said that those who apply online for the one-time grant of June 15 will have the money in their bank account on June 18.
People also have the option of getting payment by withdrawing money from an automated teller machine (ATM), Pan said, but the ATMs used are limited to those operated by Chinatrust Bank, Taishin International Bank and Cathay United. Bank, said Pan.
According to the Minister of Education, families can apply for the grant online until September 30.